Graham Condon Recreation and Sport Centre 

All year round

Offers great facilities in the heart of Papanui. Make the most of the fantastic facilities to reach your health, fitness and recreation goals. Named for Graham Condon, one of the most respected Kiwi Para athletes for his devotion and commitment to Para sport. 

Indoor pools and facilities offer plenty of opportunities for year-round fun. You can improve your swimming or relax in the spa. Access ramps to the lane pool, teaching pools and spa ensure facilities are open to the whole community. Relaxed and friendly environment. Bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA) scales measure your fitness progress. All year round. Last entry to the pool is 15 minutes before closing.



For more info visit:

Graham Condon Recreation and Sport Centre 


3 Sisson Drive


03 941 6888



All pools have ramped access.


Free onsite car parking is available There are mobility car parks available in the main car park and ramps to the main entry.


Number 28 or the Blue Line Bus or perhaps bike to Graham Condon Recreation and Sport Centre. There are free bike stands available. Make sure you have your own bike lock to secure your bike.

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